Posted by **tyler** on Sunday, January 28, 2007 at 12:12pm.

Two mothers and two daughters divided $21 in dollar bills evenly among themselves. Each received an equal number of dollar bills. How could this be?

One momma is a grandmother. That makes three folks. Grandmother, daughter, and granddaughter.

each one will receive $5.25

This is a homework question, not a trick question - - any other answers?

Tyler: No trick. One momma is a granmother. Each gets seven dollars.

Thank you very much!

How do yyou multiply fractions...especially when theres only one whole number?? i really need help i have a test tommorow please send me the answer as soon as you recieve my message

Dono dont care y'all r weird

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